HEARTBEAT: Accord With One Another

2 Corinthians 2:1-3

Questions to help you dig deeper into this message for your family devotions or small group:

Accord with One Another

Alpine Chapel recognizes diversity among followers of God in nonessential areas. We do not press for uniformity in these areas, but rather encourage people to search the Scriptures, seeking balance, mutual understanding, humility and love. Additionally, we seek to respect one another’s differences without a quarrelsome, arrogant or divisive spirit, and to return continually to the great commandment; to love God and one another.

What from this message stood out and ministered to you most?

When in your own life have you found the saying, “Major on the majors and minor on the minors” to be true? What would this look like in a Church setting?

Read John 17:20-21. How important to you is unity with other believers? With whom do you share this unity? How can you experience more unity? What will be the end result of our unity/being in one accord?

Read Matthew 23:23-24. How were these guys ‘messing up’? Why is Jesus so upset? How does Micah 6:8 relate? Do we do this?

How could 1 Corinthians 2:1-3 become something that we, the Church, could also take as our modus operandi (“mode of operating or working)?